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  1. After 12years, we decided to sell our current home and bought a 5A resale flat. After viewing for at least 5houses, we’ve settled for this house which is nearer to MRT but condition was seriously horrible. (By the way, we are diy buyer doing contra) Long story short, after receiving about 10quotations, we knew we had to go for a contractor, it can save us 10-20k! Theme: “my style” — I see, I like, I buy My second home should be something simple. I have always wanted the white look (for current house) but with 2babies of couse it’s impossible. So now that they’re in primary schooler, I will try to archieve that look. Ok, I’ll try.... but er, definitely no white kitchen as I cook everyday.
  2. Its been more than 5 years since my first t-blog (you can find it here) and it was time to move to a bigger place. Settled on Bukit Panjang as fiance's family was staying nearby and got this unit after just viewing it once! It was going at a great price considering the size and proximity to the MRT (about 10 minutes walk). It's almost double the size of my previous flat (65sqm) with double the number of rooms and a balcony! Love the floor plan. Previous owners hacked away the storeroom though which was okay as the position was rather odd - just beside the kitchen. Currently waiting for the appointment date (scheduled in late July or early Aug) . I would have to move out from my current place by end Sept so its quite rushed! Hoping to document the journey here and hopefully help others in their renovation journey as well! We are looking at a minimalist scandi theme as we want to keep the house open, bright and airy and with less clutter as possible. We both like white with woods to accent the house and some black here and there. The plan is to integrate the balcony with the living room. Getting keys in 2 days! Pretty excited and we are looking forward to getting more accurate quotes from our contractors and IDs.
  3. Hi All, I would like to share one of my upcoming project which is an 5 room resale flat located @Cassia Crescent. Concept Layout Living Area perspective Dry/Wet Kitchen perspective Thanks for viewing.
  4. Hi All, Finally decided to write down my reno journey. Not a fan of writing/blogging but I'll try to note down as detail as possible. Also, pardon my lousy english >.< Here's some photos of the unit. Doggy guarding our maindoor From Entrance Living Room Kitchen Hallway Room 1
  5. SOLD Affordable HDB 5Room Choa Chu Kang Crescent 110sqm / 1184sqft 11years first owner. Spacious layout with no odd shape. Well kept corner unit. Near by primary and secondary schools, Minimart and coffee shop. Opposite block childcare center and PCF. Walking distance to MRT, Yew Tee Point, NTUC, wet market. All races/ SPR eligible. For viewing or enquiries, please PM 3months extention required View to appreciate
  6. Final Product my lovely wife and i bought a house back 2011, now i just can't wait for the day we will be getting the key. Our flat is near its completion and so i decided to start researching on renovation, heres our floor plan HDB floor plan HDB suggested layout My own layout Color code: red - cabinet blue - table yellow - sofa green - wardrobe orange - bed pink - fridge i designed this layout based on the following reasons: 1. we will be living with my parents so we only need 2 bed rooms 2. Suggested study room beside living room will not be constructed as we prefer bigger living space 3. we will make a suite by joining bedroom 2 & MBR, bedroom 2 will be walkin wardrobe + study room. 4. kitchen service yard will be hacked to make kitchen more spacious, windows will be installed at the service yard my bro-in-law is an ID so he will help us draw an autocad version of our dream layout and give us some advice for the arrangement of furnitures, material to use, design etc The design we're looking for is simplicity and ease of maintenance, something like Scandinavian
  7. bought a 5I resale, very tempted to do a t-blog....
  8. Dear all, I'm new to Renotalk and I really need help from the experienced homeowners here. I've been to some interior design companies - Sky creation, InspireID,3D Innovations, CarpentersSG and Destyle. They all quote me so much and I do not know if that is the market price for 5 room BTO flat. I got this flat through SBF and my flat comes with no floor finishes for living and bedrooms. Please let me know if you have any bad experience from the IDs I've listed above. Many thanks in advance. I'm already confused with all the quotes and I do not know if I still need to go and look for more quotes. Veky
  9. Dear all, I'm new to Renotalk and I really need help from the experienced homeowners here. I've been to some interior design companies - Sky creation, InspireID ,3D Innovations, CarpentersSG and Destyle. They all quote me so much and I do not know if that is the market price for 5 room BTO flat. I got this flat through SBF and my flat comes with no floor finishes for living and bedrooms. Please let me know if you have any bad experience from the IDs I've listed above. Many thanks in advance. I'm already confused with all the quotes and I do not know if I still need to go and look for more quotes. Veky
  10. Yeah!! Finally it is time for me to write my very first reno T-Blog, had been reading T-blog for like near 1 year, and had been patiently waiting for the time for my key collection so I can start on my T-blog soon. As per tradition, here is my 5 room Floor plan, got my keys on 3rd Jan, my reno (hacking first) will be starting on 2nd Feb. Now is the rectification period with the BSC folks. Already 2nd round, hopefully coming week can clear all the defects. I guess it's pretty standard layout for most of the BTOs, below is the HDB suggested layout. And this is my 2D layout, this is not the latest, there are some changes, yet to get the updated layout plan from my ID. Because this layout plan was done before i got the keys, so after getting the keys, realize that there may be some space constraint, so waiting for the latest copy.
  11. Hello everyone, we just booked our new BTO 5room flat We managed to find a ID company with a good deal and a friendly, comfortable designer. We are very excited to work with too. This is our first flat hence we are so unsure about where to get most of the stuff for our home. We would be happy if we could get some recommendations for - 1) ceiling fans 2) blackout curtains 3) Aircon 4) Electricians 5) mosaic tiles thank you in advance.
  12. Hi all! I just moved in to my new home at CCK in June and I wish to share my experience on how my renovation process went about. Before getting our keys, me and my hubby started to source for a reliable IDs and contractors in Dec 2015 Everything comes with a price tag. So we set our priority. For us we are not very particular but must be reasonable and practical. It is our 1st HDB but most importantly it should be comfortable and yet not burn a big big hole in our pocket. 1st - We draft what we looking for and what are our NEEDS and WANTS. and the hunting began. We got friends who are ID, Recommended ID/Contractor in the forum, Pic we love from the Facebook and hunt the ID company down and neighborhood ID . Our budget is around 28K for all the reno. We finally meet with 4 shortlisted ID/Contractor and some only thru email correspondence to get quotation. Most of them are package selling and to top up with the whatever you want. As you meet with more of them you can tell what to ask and go straight to the point. There are some who say this cannot that cannot yet some say everything can. For us we try to keep what HDB have already provide and just enhance to suit our need with as minimum $$ as possible. Very budget ah . We were hunting for the perfect match from Jan till Feb and during the CNY and come across this Contractor in the forum with good workmanship and layman pricing haha. We actually Message him thru Facebook and try our luck to see if he is online. We ask for a quote if any package,and an immediate reply was he only do ala cart and after 1 hr of FB messaging an appointment was fix for the NEXT DAY Not even our floor plan was given, he say he will do on the spot just bring the plan when we see him. By the way it was the 4th day of CNY which most renov company are still holidaying. We are surprise and although the review of him was not the 100% star type branded, with his response time we decided to make our way down to see him. We are his 1st customer after the CNY and YES, he is the way the forum have written, sloppy looking. Ah beng looking, direct to the point "No use do this" "don't waste $$", no smooth talking but very efficient. All his reply is reasonable and practical. We are impress when he draw free hand of what we wanted and show us some ideas and a price list was out in the same meeting *he only see our floor plan on that day. which so far no other Reno company did it. His price and another ID is almost the same but as he is a contractor and the other is an ID. Drum roll ----- we choose the contractor as he is will be more on hands and play real time we call it if any hiccup. He ask us for the time line and if can wait longer he will get an experience elderly man who will "bao ga liao" for the carpentry with great workmanship. Since we are not in a hurry we say we are fine with it as long as it is not 6 mths lar. We got the date of key collection in the morning and have our door opening event in the morning. As we invited a Feng Shui master to come on the same morning for the door opening and also to see what is the feng shui expect for the house we invited the contractor to come as well so that we no need to repeat. Don't be surprise when he sit on the floor in the house and just look around. "HE is feeling the surrounding and feel the house" hahah that's what he say when we say so dirty why sit there and stone. After the door opening which we have finish by earlier noon and ask if we can chop chop go select the colours and material and he can start the work. He say no problem and drove us back to his office that day we finish all the selection by evening. Colour/material selection is really a chore and we are really not very good at it. so we just point and choose and look at his face hahah, he jus nod or shake his head. I should say that this contractor is very passionate about his job as I ask how he earn his profit and he say he just want to be proud of his work and work as near to our budget as possible. The thing we were impressed was the workmanship especially when all the visitor come and say it is really good and with the price. All my Taobao buys was install by his sub-contractors as well some FOC and some with a token fee. We are very much satisfied that the amount was well spent and here we got our dream homeJ. We wanted to share our experiences here because we are really very satisfied with this contractor’s workmanship and reliability. We are sure that some of you will be confuse as to which IDs/contractors to choose from. It’s not a matter of whether the contractors are popular in the market, eventually, it’s the satisfaction and the workmanship that will put you to peaceful sleep. We hope that others will benefit as much as we do and if anyone is interested to engage this contractor, do let me know and I would gladly share his contact details with youJ Photos will be upload shortly of our humble residence!!!!
  13. Hi All! As I'm pretty new to this, hope to get your advice on whether my ID quotation has been overpriced. Some info: 5-room resale flat (27 Years) Requires full overhaul Quotation Hacking, Haulage & Preliminary Works Hack existing whole house wall & floor tiles Hack kitchen wall Dismantle & Dispose Balcony Aluminium Sliding Door Dismantle & Dispose Living/Dining Full Height Storage Cabinet Dismantle & Dispose Kitchen Cabinet & Stove Dismantle & Dispose 2 x bathroom fittings Dismantle & Dispose Simple cornies Dismantle & Dispose Main gates (Door & Frame) Dismantle & Dispose 3 x Bedroom Doors & Frames Dismantle & Dispose 2 x Toilet Doors & Frames Supply & Lay Corrugated Paper (Single Layer) for Floor Protection Haulage of New & Raw Materials Clearing of Debris TOTAL HACKING,HAULAGE & PRELIMINARY WORKS: $6,300 WET WORKS BALCONY Supply & Lay Homogeneous Floor Tiles : $800 LIVING/DINING Supply labour and material to cement screed living & dining, 3 x bedrooms : $4,770 KITCHEN Supply & Lay Homogeneous Floor Tiles : $2,500 Make Good Hacked Area at Kitchen: $300 COMMON TOILET Make good hacked door frame: $150 Supply & Lay homo wall tiles: $2,200 Supply & lay homo floor tiles (includes waterproofing): $720 MASTER TOILET Construct Tiled Cement Base for Shower Screen: $100 Make good hacked door frame: $150 Supply & Lay homo wall tiles: $2,300 Supply & lay homo floor tiles (includes waterproofing): $790 Make good hacked doorframe x 4 : $600 VINYL FLOORING Supply & Lay 5mm vinyl flooring w/skirting ****/DINING: $2,380 Supply & Lay 5mm vinyl flooring w/skirting at 3 x Bedrooms: $2,560 CEILING Construct False Ceiling ****/DINING (includes curtain palmet): $2,200 Construct False Ceiling at MASTER BEDROOM (includes curtain palmet): $700 CARPENTRY WORKS BALCONY Design& Fabricate half height suspended shoe cabinet w/ settee | 8 Feet: $1,440 LIVING/DINING TBA KITCHEN Design& Fabricate Top & Bottom Kitchen Cabinets | 39 Feet: $5,850 Includes: Hyadraulic Hinges for Flip Up Doors Includes: 1 x Wooden/Aluminium Frame w/ Frosted Film Glass w/ BLUM AVENTOS SYSTEM Includes: 1 set 304 stainless steel drip dry dish rack Includes: 1 set PVC Cutlery Tray Includes: 4 sets of 50kg soft closing BLUM DRAWER TRACK Supply & Install iQUARTZ Top as Kitchen Work Top | 15 Feet: $2,100 Supply & Install iQUARTZ Top as Bar Top Counter (w/wood base support for bar top) | 5 Feet: $900 MASTER BEDROOM Design& Fabricate Full Height Sliding Door Wardrobe w/ Dresser | 18 Feet: $5,075 MASTER TOILET Design& Fabricate suspended vanity cabinet/mirror | 3 Feet: $540 Supply & Install iQUARTZ Top for Vanity Cabinet | 3 Feet: $420 PLUMBING WORKS Supply & Connect Single Copper Piping for whole house ( 1 x Kitchen, 2 x Toilets) Labour to install kitchen sink & washing machine inlet/outlet piping Labour to install kitchen sink & tap mixer Labour to install 2 x bathroom wash basin & tap mixer Labour to install 2 x hot water point Labour to install 2 x instant heater Labour to install 2 x pedastal W.C. Labour to install 2 x bidet spray Labour to install 2 x shower head Labour to install 2 x bathroom accessories (7pcs) TOTAL PLUMBING COST: $1,850 PAINTING WORKS Painting Works for Whole House $1,850 Includes: Painting Net Note: Ceiling Emulsion Paint Only Note: Painting Works is Subject to max 2-3 coats Includes: Sealer for Whole House OTHER WORKS Supply & install 10mm clear tempererd glass shower screen at MASTER TOILET $760 Supply & Install Nyatoh Door Frame x 5: $750 Supply & install bedroom laminated doors x 4: $1,600 Supply & Install Laminated main door x 1: $600 Rubbish Chute: $220 Washing for whole house x 2: $350 *Windows, 2 toilet doors, aircon & electrical works not included yet* TOTAL COST: $50,655
  14. Hello fellow bloggers. Thank you for sharing all your stories here. They have helped others and I in one way or another so keep them coming! Just sharing our renovation journey because idk I find that the support here is awesome no matter what kind of home you guys are building. Lotsa positive vibes and that's what we need in tough times. It's a typical 5 room BTO floorplan but the new one though with the bomb shelter by itself instead of being attached to like the kitchen or the common bathroom. Booooooooring layout. I honestly have never ever ever thought of staying in a matchbox like this OR in this estate at all but he said he wanted to give it a try so yeah. Unhappy me but above all that crap that I have swallowed, I am thankful and grateful we have a roof over our heads and food on the table on a daily basis. Amen to that. Shall I skip the floorplan and move on to visually enticing things like the moodboard? YEASSSS. The rug, chairs. The bluuuuuue the rug with touches of gold here and there. The colour of the wall, the dining chairs, table, floor, display cabinet and everything in it, the collage. But...not the ceiling or wainscoting or pendant lamps. The colours and elements for masterbedroom! We chose a duck-egg blue for the playroom and we've yet to decide how exactly it'll look like but this is an inspiration for it. The vanity cabinet. We decided to stick with the existing HDB tiles and just make things work around them so this is an inspiration for the Master bathroom and the common bathroom shall be a wet bathroom. Nothing special The kitchen! It is where I will be spending most of my time at and it was so hard to have things MY way because well...he has his suggestions too but you see, I know how I work around my kitchen and I will make it easy for me. End of story. Shaker cabinets FTW! I have had my eyes on them for the longest time. We have an entrance walkway so yup Our home won't look exactly like these photos and I never wanted to copy and paste so it would be a little of this and a little of that. Interior designing is the very very very fine line between being tacky and being a copycat. Idk how to put it in words but it is challenging. Renovation has started and it's about halfway through so I will slowly try to add in more photos. I know bloggers here are experts at TB and i really salute you guys. The prices are so attractive but I just don't have the time to wait and cannot be bothered to go through it meaarrhghhghghh. Besides, we like to touch and feel things before purchasing muahaha. We've bought some pieces from THAT ONE PLACE (nope not at level 1 but the one above) at sime darby which totally wrecked our pockets and also some preloved classic and beautiful pieces from carousell. I have no idea how all this will come together but I know it will. Well I hope it will haha. This could be the messy-smudgey initial look that would magically end up warm and homely. This journey (like life) is an ocean of possibilities. There might be storms and 10-storey waves crashing around but you've got your compass set right so just... go with the flow? I now welcome you aboard our ship. LOL SO LAME.
  15. Hi everyone, long time lurker here deciding to give this T-blog a try in hopes that it will help time pass faster so that I can collect my keys sooner! I think I started lurking in this forum at least 1-2 years ago, reading up on people's t-blog and picking up advice here and there. I hope to get my keys in July as HDB updated that PCD is end July 14, so July please come soon! This is my floorplan. As you can see, a pretty normal 5 room layout, except that the main door faces the kitchen, which I haven't seen elsewhere before. Apparently not common? Not sure. Anyway I started researching on IDs back in the August last year because I was hoping to get keys earlier this year. But my development progress is slow. Some of the IDs I met were: 1. That ***** - Was really impressed by a fellow renotalker who used this ID, so I contacted them for a meetup. Back then I was gearing more towards the industrial look so I was really looking forward to receive their quote. In the end, they didn't get back to me. Not sure if it was because my key collection date was super far away. 2. Random IDs through the renotalk request for quote thingy which I immediately ruled out upon meeting them because they mainly did those modern contemporary style which I didn't like at all and also because of language barrier. 3. Mr Foo from Custombox - Also another ID that I was really impressed with so arranged to meet him at his place (also Mschocobanana's place). Hit it right off the bat in the first meeting so I was really keen, plus he is bilingual so I didn't have to struggle to understand him. Sent me the quote right on time as well and I found his quote reasonable. So signed with Mr Foo! Although back then I also heard of Mr K and Alan contractor, I didn't meet up with them, which on hindsight I think is a good thing because I don't think I would have the time to really check on the work and plus the recent mixed reviews. When I first started out thinking about the kind of design for my house, I was thinking of a mix of industrial and Scandinavian with more focus on industrial. However, over the past few months, I am leaning more towards Scandinavian instead now, with a touch of industrial. Hence the title of this T-blog, Our Scandinavian Home.
  16. Hi everyone! I would like to share my renovation journey with you guys so that we can exchange ideas and advice to build our dream home together Let me start off by sharing my floor plan :
  17. Here's my 5rm resale flat layout. It's a point block and I really love how spacious the living room is
  18. After years of waiting, Finally collected my keys in July 15. Have been browsing for renovation ideas on internet and decided not to engage Interior Designers. ID are too expensive. With some knowledge on renovation, I will be the designer/coordinator for my own house.
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  20. Ho ho ho… How exciting to have my own t-blog!! I have been reading a lot of t-blog before i get my key for my new 5room house, thanks to all owners who had shared their experiences here. I am a picture person when i find information here.. haha so there will be more pictures and photos than just wordy paragraphs, Basically, just to record everything about the house. Will upload the floor plan in a while! Bye!
  21. hi im looking for a good contractor who can renovate my living room (hdb 5 room flat ) at a good rate . i have meet up with some designer/contractor and they are charging me over 20k just to do my living room . 20k for all whole house painting , lighting , cove l box false ceiling , and the TV wall console set which is FREAKING EXPENSIVE . anyone out there who have ever engaged a good contractor at a reasonable price kindly PM me . thank you ..
  22. Hmm...have been procrastinating for a while to start this thread on our home. Finally decided to sit my a** down and start sharing our journey with you all. We are noob homeowners, so it is a learning process and hopefully what we share will be interesting and useful for you too. Do share with us too...especially those who are at the same stage as us, and those who had 'attained nirvana from this process Because I had procrastinated for so long before starting this thread, we had already finished on the early stages of confirming our ID...haha. One hand I am happy to get the ID confirmed and move on with the process, the other I don't suggest anyone to be like us. Despite reading so much from the 前辈s here about how to choose ID, we only applied maybe 20% of what we learned here and depended the rest on gut feel. Now, starting to worry and regret for acting so impulsively. Sigh~~ Time will tell, if our gut feel is reliable. So, in summary we contacted 6 IDs. Who did we get? 1. Space Sense We liked K****'s portfolio in industrial style so we sent him an enquiry. He replied to ask for our budget and requirements, then there was a long delay before he turned us down citing it is impossible to fulfil our requirements with our indicated budget. To be fair to us, we really do not know what would the cost for the intended renovation of our scale, so we mentioned an estimated of 35-40K hoping that our conversation can carry on and we can make more realistic adjustments to the budget. It is a pity that we were not given the chance to further our enquiry, or perhaps there was too much projects to handle for the ID firm. In another words, no fate with Space Sense. 2. BoxID Saw their work on an article from renotalk.com. Sent out an enquiry but no reply until a full month later. By then we are already in closing talks with the final ID so we did not proceed to meet up anymore. 3. Artist Room Read about them on renotalk, but no reply on our enquiry. 4. Three-D Conceptwerke One of their designer, Will, contacted us the next day after we sent our enquiry. Initially, I had my reservation because Will is not a local, and thought someone local will contact me since the firm is local. But not willing to discriminate, we proceeded to meet up with Will, who turn out to be quite an enthusiastic and friendly chap. It was easy to talk to him about the concept we are after, but we left the meeting feeling a little iffy if Will will understand what we really what and how he will propose the layout to accommodate what we want (will show below). But boy, we were pleasantly surprised by Will's proposed layout. It was interesting and quite similar to what we were thinking, only perhaps better. We were quite blown away. (And this is when our gut feel started to kick in over rationality...sigh). 5. New Nyew I really like New, and her hubby. We first visited New at her place, and both of them are very nice people. She spent 3 hours going through our floorplan and proposed her ideas right on the spot (even brought us to see her showroom in Yishun). She was also the only ID whom brought to site immediately following our first meeting to view our place, and she was the quickest with her response including the edits we requested to the initial proposed layout. Frankly, we were so closed to confirming with New had we not gone on to meet Will and saw his layout. I would still strongly recommend New to anyone who is looking for an ID 6. The Design Practice We found R****** from vincentinteriorblog.com. He was one of the recommended ID, and after viewing The Design Practice portfolio online, I found that he was the designer for a flat reno that I really like and bookmarked since the day we got out flat. Told myself my future flat can possibly look like that. Unfortunately, fate is not with us for R******. We waited long for his responses, and never get to fix down an appointment date. So, in the end, we decided to drop this enquiry as well. By now, you should have guessed it. Since our gut feel was so strong...we decided to go along with Will from Three-D Conceptwerke (TDC for short..lazy) Hmm....any renotalkers who had also used TDC before? Do share your feedback =)
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